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Thailand's Marsun Shipyard Delivers Six Inshore Patrol Craft to Royal Thai Navy.


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Naval Forces News - Thailand
 
 
 
Thailand's Marsun Shipyard Delivers Six Inshore Patrol Craft to Royal Thai Navy
 
The Royal Thai Navy took delivery of six inshore patrol craft from local shipyard Marsun. They are intended to patrol the country's coastlines in the Gulf of Thailand and in the Andaman Sea and to conduct maritime security missions.
     
Royal Thai Navy Inshore Patrol Craft
Picture: Royal Thai Navy
     
The Commander-in-Chief RTN, ADM Na Arreenij, chaired the delivery ceremony. He was welcomed by ADM Sucheep Whoungmaitree, Commander-in-Chief Royal Thai Fleet, and RADM Banjob Poedaeng, Commander Coastguard SQN, where the ships will be posted to. The ceremony was held at Sattahip Naval Base, Chonburi, on 30 Nov 2016.

The vessels are 21.40 metres in length and 5.56 metres in width with a maximum speed of 30 knots.
 

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